From the Cornell University Law School. Legal information organized by topic, type and source from state statutes to Supreme Court Decisions. Includes the U.S. Code, Supreme Court opinions, and WEX (legal dictionary and encyclopedia).
Provides information about various topics of public interest, including Internet safety, victim notification, identity theft protection, consumer assistance, and many other programs that uphold the Constitution and support the laws of the Commonwealth.
From the Virginia General Assembly. Includes information on the current and previous sessions. Also includes searchable databases of session bills & resolutions, session bill summaries, Constitution of Virginia, Code of Virginia, Virginia Administration Code, Reports to the General Assembly, and Rules of the Supreme Court.
A non-partisan website that aggregates information about the General Assembly, the lawmaking body that governs the state of Virginia. It is an independent, volunteer-run website that is in no way affiliated with the Virginia General Assembly or the state government.
The Office of the Registrar serves as the central repository for all regulations adopted by state agencies. This website provides information to the public about the regulatory process in Virginia and how citizens can participate. The website also provides resources for agency regulatory coordinators to use when submitting regulatory packages to the Office of the Registrar for publication in the Virginia Register of Regulations.
A source of information about proposed changes to Virginia's regulations, including a meetings calendar and board minutes. This site also facilitates public participation through online comment forums and an email notification service.
by Peter W. Martin, Cornell University Law School. It was most recently revised in the fall of 2011 to take account of changes in the citation rules of a number of U.S. jurisdictions, having been revised the year before to reflect the appearance of the fourth edition of the ALWD Citation Manual and the nineteenth edition of The Bluebook, both published in 2010.